Penn women started their spring season in early Feburary. Always eager to get more time and experience on the field, the ladies did not let a few snow storms stop their practices and their hard work and...
The Big Green tamed the Princeton Tigers 29-12 on Brophy Field. Dartmouth outscored Princeton 21-0 in the first half, but the visitors would get on the board twice in the second half before falling 29-12.
This year's Yale Rugby Alumni Weekend, the Eighth Annual, will be held in New Haven April 26-28. It's time to finalize your plans. Based upon the early responses Yale Aluni representatives anticipate a strong showing of both men's and women's alumni/ae. With this shaping up to be the best turnout ever it would help the organizers to get a firm commitment from those of you who will be attending.
Hosted by the Princeton University Men's and Women's Rugby Clubs, this year's New Jersey State Intercollegiate Rugby Championship will be at Rickerson Field on the West Windsor Campus on Washington Rd, between Route 1 and the center of Princeton. The public is welcome and admission and parking is free.
The Cornell University RFC has been invited to participate in the 47th annual Cherry Blossom Rugby Tournament, hosted by Washington RFC . It is one of the largest tournaments on the east coast. The tournament has three divisions: College Men, College Women and High School Boys.
The Men's Competitions Committee (Kevin Battle, Chair; Pat Kane; Tom Rooney; Josh Smith; and Todd Streeter) developed the following playoff formats for USA Rugby Division I-AA.
Division I-AA includes a combination of postseason assignments for the automatic qualifying teams emerging from the twelve eligible college conferences, and four at-large opportunities for otherwise deserving and eligible teams.
The Women's Competitions Committee (Bill Lucas, Chair; Austin Hall; Emily Ogata; Pete Steinberg; and Roger Riley) developed the following playoff formats for USA Rugby Division I.
Division I includes a combination of postseason assignment for the automatic qualifying teams emerging from the eight eligible college conferences, and eight at-large opportunities for otherwise deserving and eligible teams.
The Yale 7s team headed to Las Vegas on Wednesday to compete in the Las Vegas 7s. Yale traveled with a mixed roster of upper and underclassmen and experience levels ranging from 2 weeks to 4 years playing Yale rugby. On day one of the USA 7s in Las Vegas, Yale advances to the quarterfinals. In other play, the University of Penn is undefeated 2-0. Penn won over American International 14-0, and the Colorado School of Mines 26-0.
BOULDER, Colo. – USA Rugby released today the preliminary spring schedule for their Women's Collegiate All-American Selection camps. Two new All-American Selection camps will be held in different regions of the country, replacing the previous Collegiate National All-Star Championship. A pool of eligible collegiate players will be invited to attend one of the two camps using nominations and coaching staff evaluations of individuals from all divisions of the college rugby community, as well as information given by scouts at collegiate championship events.
Dartmouth Rugby is happy to announce that Gavin Hickie will be Interim Head Coach for the full 2012-13 school year, and will continue on with Dartmouth for the 2013-14 as a key member of the coaching team.
Princeton duplicated its 2011 feat of finishing 3rd in the official USA Rugby Sevens championships with a convincing 17-7 victory over Texas. The team is coached by Emil Signes and Chris Ryan with some help from Hana Passen '12. The staff also includes Jody Schneider and manager/videographer Nida Leeuwenbergh '13.
The 2012 USA Rugby College 7s Bowl Champions, Dartmouth beat the San Diego State Aztecs 21-15 to take home some hardware: it's not the Cup, but it's still a big container for the trophy room! Fantastic effort from the Big Green, who compiled a 5-1 record against some very tough teams.
The Dartmouth Men and the Princeton Women were the top finishers in the Ivy Championships held in Princeton NJ on November 10th and they will represent the Ivy Rugby Conference in the USA Rugby Collegiate 7s National Championship.
Yale Men's Rugby had a challenging season finishing the campaign with a 1 and 5 record with a well deserved win over Harvard. Even with a tough record, Yale Rugby had some great successes along the way.
The Ivy Rugby Conference is not affiliated with the Council of Ivy Group Presidents ("The Ivy League"), which organizes
intercollegiate athletic competitions at the varsity level. The name "Ivy Rugby" is used with The Ivy League's permission.